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- 06/10/2014 Notes
Jan, Matthew, Zukai, Andrew, Craig D. and Martin (taking notes)
- Fast timing is not available yet, but we need to show that DDT will work with the fast timing.
- We will likely use a lookup table for the fine timing.
- Craig G. has a student that will take a look at that.
- I will help integrate these tables into the DDT framework.
- The DCM offsets are due to the timing chain pushing out the values.
- We are waiting on approval to get this implemented.
DAQ Status Blocks¶
- These status blocks can be used to calculate our live time.
- I have not made any progress on my intermediate live time monitoring tool.
- Matthew reports that we can run on 7 diblocks. He shows more detail in his talk.
- Test on NDOS first.
- Will need to rebuild the DDT base release.
- Jan suggests to bump the ART versions.
- Currently available:
- High Energy
- Slow Monopole
- Fast Monopole
- Hopefully coming this summer:
- Upward-Going Muon (Yuri et al.)
- Stopping Muon
- needed for ND as well
- Matthew will ask around at Sussex to see whether Luke might work on it.
- Fully Contained Muon (Matthew)
- Supernova (Jan)
- SNEWS integration (coming soon)
- low energy clustering (using DBSCAN algorithm)
- Michel Electrons (Barnali perhaps?)
- Beam Anti-Coincidence for ND
- Jan got it woking in the 2D views separately.
- He needs to merge the 2 views, but he is not sure how much time it will require and how feasible it is for DDT.
- Matthew gave a very nice talk showing that he has solved all of our problems!
- Turn standard 3 DB trigger back on.
- Test the singleton rejection on NDOS.
- Matthew can generate a plot showing the scaling as a function of detector mass (number of diblocks) using CR MC.
- I will retune High Energy using the singleton rejection.
- Once the scaling looks reasonable, we will get rid of the diblock restriction and let DDT loose on the entire FD.
- Once Rick gives permission, we will rebuild the base release, let the trigger run and get some timing information.